Getting a 4-day late start for NaNoWriMo, but that's okay - at least I have started this year! Every year I tell myself I'll try it, and then I don't start and never do. Beginning is half the challenge! Now that I've begun, I cannot fail.
My current job went under, so I am now unemployed. However, that is probably a good thing. Now I can collect unemployment, which requires me to apply for at least two jobs a week for me to get paid. In addition to this motivation, I now have lots of extra time to spend writing resumes and cover letters (which take hours and hours to write!). And I'm not taking any position that isn't salary because I am through with hourly positions... hours always get cut, and who wants to deal with that?
On the upside, I already have an interview for an editing position! Wish me luck!
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